Robinhood CLI Tool for Quick Stock Exits + Multi-Factor Login Support

What Robinhood is Missing I've really enjoyed trading with Robinhood (NO FEES) these last few months, but viewing some metrics in their web UI and mobile app take too many clicks. For one, determining my percent return requires three clicks for each Stock position. This is too slow when you want to be quickly informed … Continue reading Robinhood CLI Tool for Quick Stock Exits + Multi-Factor Login Support

A Better Docker Container Tagging Strategy for CI/CD

Continuous delivery is difficult, but if your applications are containerized with Docker you’re moving in the right direction to make things easier! Containers provide a ton of flexibility and portability, but they can become a nightmare once you realize the pain of container management. One thing to make it easier is to have a standard … Continue reading A Better Docker Container Tagging Strategy for CI/CD

From Junior to Senior: Software Engineering Must-Knows

* This is a living document and will be update over time* Why these Resources? Along a software developer’s journey from post-grad to seasoned vet, you come across articles and literature that enlighten you, propelling your skills forward by miles rather than inches. This is a collection of those essential resources that I feel a … Continue reading From Junior to Senior: Software Engineering Must-Knows

Why Spark can’t foldLeft: Monoids and Associativity.

Apache Spark is the the elephant in a room full of data processing engines, yet Spark does not supply a foldLeft() or foldRight() method on its RDD class. Strange right? Such a fundamental collection method. How could it be forgotten? Or, was this not an accident? scoreAverageByPlayer(), which would take an RDD, and return an RDD … Continue reading Why Spark can’t foldLeft: Monoids and Associativity.

Being an [Effective] Tech Lead

During a long drive the other day I did what I usually do, fumble through the usual technical podcast distribution sites until picking a talk that catches my eye. I landed on an episode of Software Engineering Radio that most developers would glance over and move on in the search for a more buzz-wordy topic, but … Continue reading Being an [Effective] Tech Lead